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Anterior tibialis tendonitis symptoms - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help you
User :   what are symptoms of anterior tibialis tendonitis
Doctor :  
provide your age, gender, occuaption
User :   19, Female management
User :   can you answer my q
User :   ???
Doctor :  
the symptoms are pin, tenderness
User :   pin?
User :   whats that
Doctor :  
sorry pain
User :   ok
User :   what else?
Doctor :   swelling

User :   ok
User :   and
Doctor :  
it is seen mainly in runners
User :   ok
User :   if i have it can i DIVE or do volley ball with it?
Doctor :   restricted movements are also the symptom
User :   what are other symptoms can u send this in just one message not a bunch of short ones please
Doctor :  
If this tendon is strained, you may feel pain when you go down stairs or walk or run on hills. Anterior tibialis tendonitis is an overuse condition common in runners especially running downhill.
User :   ok
User :   and
User :   umm
User :   where would the pain be and what tests do doctors do to diagnose..if u have it what do u struggle doing
Doctor :   the muscle infront of the leg is painful

Doctor :  
On exam, there is tenderness over the muscle belly andtendon. There is also pain upon active dorsiflexion.
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